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Published: Nov 24, 2022 License: MIT Imports: 18 Imported by: 67


Azure Security Module for Go


The armsecurity module provides operations for working with Azure Security.

Source code

Getting started


  • an Azure subscription
  • Go 1.18 or above (You could download and install the latest version of Go from here. It will replace the existing Go on your machine. If you want to install multiple Go versions on the same machine, you could refer this doc.)

Install the package

This project uses Go modules for versioning and dependency management.

Install the Azure Security module:

go get


When creating a client, you will need to provide a credential for authenticating with Azure Security. The azidentity module provides facilities for various ways of authenticating with Azure including client/secret, certificate, managed identity, and more.

cred, err := azidentity.NewDefaultAzureCredential(nil)

For more information on authentication, please see the documentation for azidentity at


Azure Security modules consist of one or more clients. A client groups a set of related APIs, providing access to its functionality within the specified subscription. Create one or more clients to access the APIs you require using your credential.

client, err := armsecurity.NewConnectorsClient(<subscription ID>, cred, nil)

You can use ClientOptions in package to set endpoint to connect with public and sovereign clouds as well as Azure Stack. For more information, please see the documentation for azcore at

options := arm.ClientOptions {
    ClientOptions: azcore.ClientOptions {
        Cloud: cloud.AzureChina,
client, err := armsecurity.NewConnectorsClient(<subscription ID>, cred, &options)

Provide Feedback

If you encounter bugs or have suggestions, please open an issue and assign the Security label.


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